Did anyone figure out how to get it to print dates in the future months? I have it printing the name of the person with an appointment, but it refuses to print in future months. Just stumbled on this site looking for calendar for my community website. Sometimes an event, like a play, may be on different unrelated dates, like a Mon, Wed, Sat, etc. Any thoughts on this? And thank you David for the great work on your blog.
I am a novice and trying to learn html, css, php and mysql. I want to create a database with two fields the event and date. Any and all greatly appreciated. Is there any way to modify the calendar to: not pass events date by mysql but in an array? Don the mysql query is to get the title, date of the events. If in the controls, you have chosen a month that has a single value i. Which is why for months with individual number values i.
January, February, March, etc… you should make sure that the month starts with zero. So, how would I add a link to an event listing in the calendar? I would like to be able to have the end user click on the link to pull up additional details associated with the event. Here is how I modified the code approximately line 68 :. There are so many errors in the code that it has taken weeks for me to sort through it all. Now I just have to make it look pretty and get my extra long titles to fit into the calendar spaces. Hey John.
Thanks for that script. I was wondering what tables you created to make it work? Thanks for that code. Was wondering what tables you created to make it work and if you ever managed to make it look prettier? Thanks a million, this is a great resource! My calendar is creating an key value array but for some reason the event are not showing up in the calendar and help would be great to get my app working. Hi there!
I need help making an admin panel to add events! I have tried but if the event goes on for longer than a day, then the admin updating the calendar has to enter two rows. Is there a way for this not to happen? Hi reece, i see that on the website you managed to get events working, would you be able to disclose the code?
Could someone help me with a little something? So currently it would be first May, then June and all the events added into the calendars. So, how could I get it to work? Would anyone be able to offer an insight into possible ways to add event filters?
Can someone help me with events that have several days? Great article thanks.
Creating a date dimension or calendar table in SQL Server
One thing though, chrome is fine but firefox does not accept positioning on table cells so the absolute positioned numbers now end up at the top right of my screen. Any ideas for a fix. I just noticed that you have added an extra div with relative positioning to cure this problem. You would need to change things around so 01 was your month variable and not 1. For those who are having problems with the events not showing in the calendar, edit this part of the latest code:. Oh, and add this piece of code after that 2 lines for the provision of the leading zeros when the value of the months are from the drop-down list:.
Here is my code… any help would be appreciated!! At first, I was able to call the DB, but no output came back. But, when populating the calendar and conditionally checking for a record for that day, the day format is without the leading 0, so it would only be YYYY-MM-D. This is what I did to fix it. I would love it if there were a way to make the day clickable, so that when you click on a day it passes that date in a variable to the next page where you can book an appointment.
I currently have a page where you can book an appointment, but you still have to select the date on that page. It would be nice if you could select a day and then have that pull up another page with either a day view calendar so you can see all the events on that day…. Just thought I would share… I made the day number clickable so that in theory you could sent the person to a page on which they could create an event for that day.
Code below:. I also made the events clickable so that you can go to a page where you could edit that particular event. Anyway to show the rest of the days in the beginning and end of the weeks, for the previous and next month? I used the original code and was able to display everything but i also need to display events that span a few days.
I tried out the code Sierd gave but it gave an error about the Sql syntax being wrong. I need help. Pls some1. David — Just to add my thanks to those of others above for sharing these posts. After following the helpful comments above I managed to get your code to work with my MySQL events table to display a calendar using bootstrap badges to display events. Next thing I would like to try do is display a list of events in a sidebar so I can drag and drop onto the calendar, have seen this in other calendar scripts.
I am using it in my project to add the shifts of staff in the calendar. However, the Shift name which is the title does not show up completely, it shows only the first letter of the name. Check your SQL statement.
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Can you be more specific please? Did anyone get back to you about this? This is super helpful.. Can someone also help with making the individual event titles in the calendar clickable and have a popup opened up. I have this problem. What is the meaning of this?
Thank you very much! I learned a lot from this. I especially like the if statements in variables :D. Can I get full version of the code, pls? This tutorial makes no sense. All the code seems to be here except for actually adding an event. The are no forms or inputs to do so. Great if you want an image calendar with zero functionality.
There is an additional fix for the code in the comments that explains you need to add padding to the month to make events show correctly, but beside that this tutorial is very helpful. And of course, you need to have some method of date selection that inserts dates into this table in your database so that your calendar can pull from it. I like to materialize all of the columns to disk, rather than rely on computed columns, since the table becomes read-only after initial population.
So I'm going to do a lot of those calculations during the initial population of the temp table:. Now these pre-calculated values can help to derive all of the other materialized columns you might want in your calendar table. The following is just a sampling of the things I see most commonly; I am sure that you do not need all of these columns, and that there might be other columns you need.
You should just use this as a starting point:. We're not done yet; all of the IsHoliday values are still set to 0. Since I am in the United States, I'm going to deal with statutory holidays here; of course, if you live in another country, you'll need to use different logic here. You'll also need to add your own company's holidays manually, but hopefully if you have things that are deterministic, like bank holidays, Boxing Day, or the third Monday of July is your annual off-site arm-wrestling tournament, you should be able to do most of that without much work by following the same sort of pattern I use below.
We can update most of the stat holidays with a single pass and rather simple criteria:.
You may have to perform some manual modifications to some of those, in the case where they fall on a weekend - usually the following Monday is marked as the holiday instead. Black Friday is a little trickier, because it's the Friday after the fourth Thursday in November, and so it might be the fourth Friday, but several times a century it is actually the fifth Friday:.
And then there's Easter. This has always been a complicated problem; the rules for calculating the exact date are so convoluted , I suspect most people can only mark those dates where they have physical calendars they can look at to confirm. If your company doesn't recognize Easter, you can skip ahead; if it does, you can use the following function, which will return the Easter holiday dates for any given year:.
There is also another tip here that will show you how to determine the date for Mardi Gras, given the date for Easter. And now you have a functional calendar table you can use for all of your reporting or business needs. Creating a dimension or calendar table for business dates and fiscal periods might seem intimidating at first, but once you have a solid methodology in line, it can be very worthwhile. There are many ways to do this; some will subscribe to the idea that many of these date-related facts can be derived at query time, or at least be non-persisted computed columns.
You will have to decide if the values are calculated often enough to justify the additional space on disk and in the buffer pool. Or on any version or edition, you could put the calendar table into its own filegroup or database , and mark it as read-only after initial population this won't force the table to stay in memory all the time, but it will reduce other types of contention.
All comments are reviewed, so stay on subject or we may delete your comment. Note: your email address is not published. I do have a question though As I try to set the holidays, I receive the message that I cannot change a computed column. I read your post several times, but do not seem to get where exactly to include updates. Could you be so kind and help me?
Aaron, this is incredible. Thank you so much. I am struggling with 3 columns that I was asked to add and was hoping you can assist. I have searched around with little help : and was wonding if something like this could be achieved more simply? Very helpful post, thank you I learnt a lot looking through the SQL script, i'm just starting with Analysis Services and this is a big help!!!
Thanks for the great article. Easter is one of my favorite holidays, not because I'm religious, but because I am a mathematician. It was originally created so that Passover and Easter would not conflict with each other. You could tell the Christians from the Jews. However, we want with two kinds of Christians and two kinds of Easter — Catholic and Orthodox.
Decades ago I was trying to set up a calendar of the company was working at and we got Easter is a holiday. I had two junior programmers who were doing the work on this and one of them had found an algorithm for computing Easter. I told him don't bother with that rather tricky calculation; you are religious and you go to church every Sunday. So why don't you just ask your priest to hand you a list of all of the Good Fridays and Easters for the next 10 or 15 years?
I thought this was a good example of the "don't reinvent the wheel" principle of programming. Unfortunately, I didn't know he was Greek Orthodox and that we were on the Catholic version of Easter. Sometimes they match, and sometimes they don't. One thing that is missing is a YOY date for those who "day align" their data like the hospitality industry. An example of what that means is comparing the first Monday in January this year to the first Monday in January last year. It's easy enough to just subtract 52 weeks, which always gives you the same day of the week; however the issue is that or is not divisible by 7, so the week actually moves every years.
It's very similar to the timeshare week problem of having weeks every third or fourth year. It would be interesting to see if there is an industry standard for adding that to the calendar table. Joshua, yeah, I've heard that argument before. But when I ask for an actual demonstration, or even a recipe for me to build my own demonstration, they always mysteriously move on to other things and never get back to me.
I feel like on modern computers this is like using tweezers to take bugs off your bumper to increase your gas mileage, but would love for you to show me an actual scenario where this does make a tangible difference. But not here. Build a real example, run real performance tests, blog about it. Without that, I'm going to be perfectly honest, the rest of us in the data community just see it as hand-wavy.
And still, even if there is a tangible difference in one part of the process, I'll probably still take that hit over the hits I know I'll take elsewhere - loss of validation, implicit conversions causing scans, and lots of sloppy compensatory explicit conversions riddling the code. It makes a huge difference, and combined with different indexing and partitioning schemes, we can actually slice those millions of rows on the fly, without the need to build traditional multidimensional cubes, and that's the holy grail for BI self-service, because there is no need to have an analyst spend months building a model before the data can be consumed.
It goes back to what some of us learned back when CPUs were extremely slow We still use the datetime for certain functions as well, however, using the integer for inital sorting and filtering is much faster. If you feel strongly about using a date, use date. Pros It is one of the best calendar I have used. It is very easy to use. Cons None that I can think of right now! Pros - It has all the features you would expect from a calendar and planner - Very easy to use - Reasonable price. Cons When I downloaded this product. Pros Hi, i love this program, easy to use, so well set out, self explantory, very nice pics and it even lets you use your own, i know i will be purchasing this program, try it, i'm sure you'll love it as much as i do : Robin Cons there is nothing not to like, i've tested this program and its so good Pros more details Cons too slow.
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